You know I sit here and think about how tremendously awful every member of the Redskins team and organization must be going through now and I cannot for the life of me possibly see a team getting ready to play a ballgame this sunday. I know life goes on but when a player is suddenly gone and was your best player at that,it really must be near impossible to focus on anything,no matter how important a game may be. Either the Redskins will be psyched up to do it for the memory of Sean and win big or they will be so depressed that they lose by 40 - I think losing by 40is more probable. I myself as a fan of NE could not handle the loss of a guy on my team,even more so if I were a player,especially if it were the middle of the season. Could you imagine if Brady,Seymour or R. Harrison or any superstar like Taylor suddenly dead right in the center of the regular seasons playoff run? - I don't know if there is a team that could just continue right where they left off before the tragedy Most deaths of active players that I have seen usually occured sometime in the offseason like in Denver last year right after they lost the playoff game and Marquise Hill who we lost earlier in the year among others over years ago - Not that it makes a tragedy any easier to bear but at least you are usually ready once week 1 comes to play in memory of the lost player and try to win it all for his memory - Who knows what it would have been like for this team to concentrate on football if Marquise died in week 1 or 2 ect:? Rarily do you see a players death in the middle of a season because they usually are with the team most of the week. So with that being said,I hope Laron Landry now becomes a megasuperstar Safety with respect to Sean R.I.P.